60 MIN

THE LANGUAGE OF MEDICAL ICD10 CODING & Anatomy & Physiology, Your Buddy Coding Coach

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25.00 USD /single lesson (60 min.)
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nick omiyinka7
country United States
languages English


Professional training from College of Dupage Technology. In the field of Registered Health Information Technician ( RHIT). Courses in: Medical Terminology, Pathology, ICD9- CM, Health Information. and Anatomy & Psychology.  Medical Terminology Indiana University.

Blue Cross Blue Shield/ EDS, Claim Manager of sixteen Claim Processors.

I completed over 62 credits in the Medical Record Technology field at College of Dupage and Harper college, as well in Anatomy & Physiology, with a Lab

Indiana University , Medical Terminology

National Louis University Master Education degree in Curriculum & Instruction, M.ed.

Purdue University, Consumer Family Science, Bachelor of Science, B.S.

Adjunct Professor, Richland College, Dallas, Texas

Adjunct Instructor Gateway College, Racine, Wisconsin

Purdue University Visting Lecturer, Westville, Indiana

Co-Parenting Resolution, Judge Krumen Phd. The Institute for

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Pathology Assistant St. Catherine Hospital, Chicago, Illinois

Respiratory Technician Comply Memorial Hospital, Aurora, Illinois

Respiratory Technician St. Joseph Hospital, Elgin, Illinois

Experience: 20 years

About me

Topic includes; The Language of Medical ICD10 coding, coupled with Medical Terminology, and Anatomy & Physiology.  The benefit of plans, the benefit of claim, tips on fraudulent actions, common coding issues, government guidelines on ICD10 CM, updates and research. Also unlocking the medical terminology language. in addition to learning tips on coding to the highest level.

SEQUENCE NUMBER 292005                       Your,  Buddy Coding Coach

COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course has been designed to prepare students for entry-level positions, as medical insurance claims processor, medical insurance claims examiners, medical secretaries and medical billing clerks. Students will have the opportunity to develop hands-on practice processing medical claims by making benefit determinations, reviewing policy language, coding claims for computer entry and writing-related correspondence. The students will have the opportunity to use various medical terminology, while samemotaneously developing a working knowledge of vocabulary used in the medical industry.  The students will be able to utilize insurance related concepts in a simulated claims office environment. The focus will be on delivering high-quality ICD-10-CM codes in addition to CPT Codes. output with minimal error reduction while fostering quality customer service skills that will ensure a smooth transition into the workplace. Teamwork will be emphasized, by giving students an opportunity to work in a cooperative environment, which will encourage leadership roles throughout the course. The main focus will be on mastering Medical terminology, Anatomy & Physiology.

The main focus will be on mastering medical terminology, while successfully completing Anatomy and Physiology. May I stress that these three courses are a prerequisite to taking ICD-10-CM Coding.  

This comprehensive, hands-on course will provide students with skills required for entry-level performance in a medical insurance processing or examining roll, as, an entry-level, prepared to set for the coding exam for the ICD-10-CM coder.  Topics include the language of medical insurance, benefit plans, the benefit claim, tips on fraudulent actions, common coding issues, government guidelines, and research. 

Q & A  What is the Program Description? This instructional program is designed to train participants for entry-level positions in an insurance company, third party provider or medical office.  The program includes instruction in foundational skills such as; Medical Terminology and proceeds to industry-specific skills such as: Medical Records Coding and Insurance Claims Management. You will also be taking the Anatomy and Physiology. An emphasis is placed on workplace applications.


Q & A Who should attend? Medical Records clerks, Medical Claims Examiners, Medical Claims Adjusters, Medical Claims Representative's persons seeking to enter the medical insurance industry. Students who are preparing to review to set for their ICD-10-CM  certification.


Q & A What are the prerequisites? High school or  GED recommended.